The EFA 2000 Assessment: To know more about the EFA movement
     
   
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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Mr. G.J.T. Makawati
Ministry of  Education, Sport and Culture
Address: PO Box CY 121, Causeway
Harare, Zimbabwe
Phone: 263-084 3085
Fax: 263-084-3383
E-mail:



EDUCATION FOR ALL THE YEAR 2000 ASSESSMENT
Republic of Zimbabwe
National Co-ordinator: G.J.T Makwati
Address:

Mail Address

Ministry of Education Sport and Culture
P. O. Box CY121 Causeway
Harare Zimbabwe

Telephone

263-084-3085

Fax

263-084-3383

E-mail

 

Table of Contents

Part I Descriptive Section

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

BACKGROUND

1.0 Brief description of EFA goals and Targets

1.1 Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC)

1.2 Primary Education

1.3 Improvement of Learning Achievement

1.4 Reduce Adult Illiteracy

1.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other skills required by youth and adults.

1.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge skills and values required for better living through all Education channels

       Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge skills and values: cont

2.DECISION MAKING ON THE EFA STRATEGY AND/OR PLAN OF ACTION

2.1 Co-ordination of EFA strategy and plan of action

2.2 Review of the EFA plan and strategy

2.3 Monitoring of progress of EFA strategies and/or plan of action

2.4 Basic learning needs identified in EFA plan of action

2.5 EFA target groups

2.6 Initiatives for the Implementation of the EFA programmes

2.6.1 Policy and strategy initiatives

2.6.2 National Educational Statistics Information System (NESIS).

2.6.3 Education Management Information System (EMIS)

2.6.4 Managerial Skills Programme

3. EFA DECISION MAKING AND MANAGEMENT

4. CO-OPERATION IN EFA

4.1 Government

4.2 Local authorities and other responsible authorities

4.3 Donors and NGOs

4.4 Parents and the Community

5 INVESTMENT IN EFA SINCE 1990

5.1 Financing Education

5.2 Decentralisation

5.3 Establishment of School Development Committees and Associations (SDCs and SDAs)

5.4 Move towards the sector wide approach to financing education

Part II Analytic Section

6.PROGRESS TOWARD GOALS AND TARGETS

6.1 Early Childhood Care and Development

6.2 Primary Education

6.2.1Apparent intake rates

6.2.5Gross and Net Enrolment Ratios

6.2.6 Internal Efficiency

6.2.6.1Survival Rates

6.2.6.4Coefficient of efficiency

6.2.6Pupil-Teacher ratios

6.2.7Teacher Characteristics

6.3 Learning Achievement and Outcomes

6.3 Adult Literacy

7. EFFECTIVENESS OF THE EFA STRATEGY, PLAN AND PROGRAMMES

8. MAIN PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AND ANTICIPATED

9. PUBLIC AWARENESS, POLITICAL WILL AND NATIONAL CAPACITIES

10. GENERAL ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS

Part III Prospects

11. POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE